Alkhas, a nice grandpa, enjoys watching football from the roof of his home though the telescopic sight of his gun. Once, by an accident, he shoots in confusion for the loss of his favorite team. Mistakenly, another man, mute Laurenti, goes to jail instead of him. Alkhas’s moral qualms lead him to surrender to the police.
Grand Prix | Pro-view FF, Cherepovets, Russia, 2013
Audience Sympathy Award | Kinolikbez FF, Barnaul, Russia, 2013
CAST & CREW
Ashot Keshxhyan, Dmitri Budashkaev, Kiril Kachurin
Director of Photography
Lavrik Akhba, Nelly Lakoba, Teymuraz Tania, Leonid Khishba
Born 1977, Gagra, Abkhazia. In 1992 Keshyan moved to Sochi, where he completed his secondary education. In 1994 he was admitted to Moscow State Social University, Department of Socio-Economics. In 1999 he graduated the University into a profession in finances and credit. From 1995 he began acting in KVN (form Russian “Club of the Funny and Inventive”) and participated in the highest league. He has worked as a host in television programmes and actor in television films. From 2008-2012 he attended the Advanced School of Directors and Scriptwriters in Russia and earned a degree in directing.
A day of a Marmot (2010, short), Shades of Unforgotten Ancestors (2010), Mothers (segment “Mom, send some money to my phone‘’, 2012, short), Babysitters (2012), Alkhas and Juliette (2013, short).